[How To] Slack OAuth integration

Introduction

In this post, we’re going to explore how you can add the Slack OAuth integration to PixieBrix.

Using this integration you will be able to successfully authenticate with any Slack Workspace you have access to. As a result, you will be able to use blueprints that leverage functionalities to send data to this platform.

Requirements

In our example, we’re going to use the following extension as a test bench:

This extension allows you to send an individual tweet to a specific channel on Slack.

https://www.pixiebrix.com/marketplace/0176c280-2574-47f3-83f6-009f729f260d/share-tweet-to-slack/

Specifically, you will be able to send Twitter data to a Slack channel of your choice, on the Slack workspace you’ll have authenticated with.

Video tutorial

Watch the video below to see the steps required for setting up the Slack OAuth integration

Video

:point_right: To read a longer version of how the integrations can be set-up, follow the guide posted here